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Wow. RTL is certainly interesting to implement. time to upload!

If you ever manage to figure out the brackets issue with RTL, please let the community know :) To reproduce it – try putting

hello (world)

anywhere and see how it works in RTL. This is one freaking issue we were never able to fix automatically. The only fix found was this -“add the LRM character after the last bracket. HTML entity: ?” but that’s a manual one.
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Sending DMCA to websites who upload our products for free (all warez sites, etc…) is connected with a big problem. Imagine this – you noticed your item has been published on a warez site for free download 1 month ago. You send DMCA, they take it down. Then someone else is uploading it again and now you have another big volume of downloaders who just noticed your product on first page of the site. So, it must either be a neverending battle or the author must just get on with it thinking that people who download it illegally were probably not going to buy it anyway.

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  1. Dropdown should be redesigned
  2. make
    .footer a{line-height:30px;}
  3. i wouldn’t make the logo same as title sections – Yokko – i would remove those ” – ” from the logo
  4. blog posts info are a bit confusing, plz check this : http://premiumlayers.com/yokko1.jpg
  5. sidebar widgets needs some refinemets too. maybe play with font-sizes and line-heights
  6. style this page better : http://yokko.aisconverse.com/order_list.html maybe adding some borders
  7. seperate products with borders http://yokko.aisconverse.com/cart.html
  8. Change the margin from 30px to 9px here:
    .catalog-bar h4, .rating-wrap, .product h2 {
    margin-bottom: 9px;
    }
  9. This should be redesigned too: http://yokko.aisconverse.com/confirmation.html

i must say, this template is great and i’m sure it will get approved and have very good sales. i really like it.

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You can find your soft-rejected item here: http://themeforest.net/user/corsaro/hidden_items

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I believe that’s a good idea. From business point of view, the questions that come to mind are the following:
  1. How much would you charge for the service
  2. How many languages could it possibly be translated to
  3. How the service you provide is better than the already existing ones – take the additional service which comes with WPML plugin as example. They advertise it quite aggressively
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I’m starting to realize that I have never even heard from the vast majority of the people that have given me a 1-star rating. They complain about something really simple about the theme (like the style.css “issue”), and automatically give it a 1-star rating without seeking support.

You’d think spending $50+ on a theme would warrant at least trying to contact the developer if there’s something (seemingly) preventing you from using it. But then again, something tells me these people had no intention of actually using the theme in the first place….if you know what I mean.

We definitely need an “Average rating given” for buyers.

But is this what others are seeing too? Or do you actually hear from most of your 1-star ratings?

This is very important topic to raise and one that has not given any solution yet. I remember there was a similar thread a month ago and all we were asking is at least give us authors an option to contact with the rater and try to figure it out as many buyers don’t have any means of contacting them. I really hope Envato will get attention to this matter, it’s not even a very big change to do from technical point of view, just add a field with buyer’s email.

If there are confidentiality issues or someting – ok, let them give the buyer option to decide if they agree that author of the item contacts them via e-mail if he doesn’t agree with the rating and can rule out the situation. I strongly believe this would be very beneficial to both parties. There have been MANY times when we received a 1-star rating which was totally unjustified or just the client didn’t understand how to use it and never contacted us (apparently many people don’t even bother to read the documentation) and I’m sure this has been the case for many authors here.

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Seems that unlike Wordpress authors, there are too few Joomla devs who have free time and too much demand for them, from what I see, many authors are looking for good joomla dev here. :)

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Come on people, shame on you, the guy’s just starting :D

Vilvasinc => The features you listed are available in majority of themes here. Try to come up with something unique (in terms of design) or a niche theme (in terms of functionality), you’d have much more chances there.

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Congrats for the great achievement

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Good post! Especially on these times of taugh changes which is going to affect many authors and we all have plethora of complaints. And I’m not being sarcastic, we literally bomb Envato with our concerns with recent changes and I think they also need some positive feedbacks about the good sides of working with Envato, in the end, Envato staff are people like us and every person likes and needs to hear positive feedbacks. As of us – lots of authors spend part of our lives here, probably and have lot of stories and experience to share :)

And here’s mine – I was able to pay all expenses of my PhD, buy the car I want, I’m going to vacation at least twice a year and I choose the destinations I like and not the ones that’s the least expensive of all options, managed to buy a snowboard with all equipment I had dreamt of, will soon buy a sporty motorcycle, and this list continues.

Now, sometimes we all hate Envato for not hearing our voices, for being too problematic on our theme approvals sometimes but the bottom line is – Envato gave many of us the life we could only dream of a few years ago. Of course we do our part, work hard but this platform made what we do a success and I’m wholeheartedly thankful for it.

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